Watch Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 Live Streaming

Watch Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 Live Streaming

Host nation Slovenia take on Spain in the Euro U-21 tournament, here is where to watch Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 live stream in your location.

When is Kick Off Time

Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 is scheduled to kicks off at 18:00pm on Wednesday March 24.

Which TV channel can I watch the Euro U-21 on and can I live stream it?

Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 Euro under 21 tournament will be shown live on BT Sport, Sky Sports, beIN Sports and ESPN with coverage starting at 18:00pm.

BT Sport customers can also get the action online or on the BT Sport app.

Slovenia U-21 vs Spain U-21 Team News

Slovenia and Spain kick off their Euro under 21 tournament campaign as each team manager release their full squad.

Slovenia

Goalkeepers: Žan Luk Leban (Everton), Martin Turk (Parma), Igor Vekič (Bravo)

Defenders: David Brekalo (Bravo), Jan Gorenc (Mura), Žan Kolmanič (Austin, on loan from Maribor), Aljaž Ploj (Aluminij), Žan Rogelj (WSG Tirol), Sven Šoštarič-Karič (Domžale), Dušan Stojinovič (Celje), Žan Zaletel (Celje), Andraž Žinič (Domžale)

Midfielders: Timi Elšnik (Olimpija), Adam Gnezda Čerin (Rijeka, on loan from Nürnberg), Tomi Horvat (Mura), Sandi Ogrinec (Bravo), Dejan Petrovič (Rapid Wien), Tamar Svetlin (Domžale)

Forwards: Žan Celar (Cremonese, on loan from Roma), Dario Kolobarić (Domžale), Aljoša Matko (Maribor), Žan Medved (Wisła Kraków, on loan from Slovan Bratislava), Nik Prelec (Sampdoria)

Spain

Goalkeepers: Álex Domínguez (Las Palmas), Álvaro Fernández (Huesca), Josep Martínez (Leipzig)

Defenders: Pipa (Huddersfield), Marc Cucurella (Getafe), Jorge Cuenca (Almería, on loan from Villarreal), Adrià Pedrosa (Espanyol), Hugo Guillamón (Valencia), Oscar Mingueza (Barcelona), Juan Miranda (Real Betis, on loan from Barcelona)

Midfielders: Brahim Díaz (AC Milan), Ander Barrenetxea (Real Sociedad), Fran Beltrán (Celta Vigo), Manu García (Sporting Gijón), Jon Moncayola (Osasuna), Álex Pozo (Eibar, on loan from Sevilla), Ricard Puig (Barcelona), Gonzalo Villar (Roma), Martín Zubimendi (Real Sociedad)

Forwards: Dani Gómez (Levante), Yeremi Pino (Villarreal), Javi Puado (Espanyol), Abel Ruiz (Braga)

 

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